AFRILEX

10th International Conference
Third and final circular

17 June 2005

 

Dear Member,

 

You are cordially invited to attend the 10th International Conference of the African Association for Lexicography organised by the Sesiu sa Sesotho Dictionary Unit, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.

 

Conference Theme: “Monolingual Dictionaries for Africa”

 

In this circular:

7   Information on Conference Date, Venue and Registration

7   Information on Accommodation

7   Information on Conference Excursion

7   Reply Form: Conference Registration, Conference Dinner,    University Accommodation and Transport

7   Preliminary Programme

 

CONFERENCE DATE AND VENUE

Date: 13-15 July 2005

Venue: Odeion; University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa

 

ADVANCE REGISTRATION (before 30 June 2005)

Members: R600

Non-members: R660

 

The registration fee includes the Conference folder, lunches and Cocktail Party as well as tea and refreshments in the mornings and afternoons on 13-15 July 2005.

 

LATE REGISTRATION

At Conference Venue from 08:00 onwards: R750

 

CONFERENCE ORGANISATION

Direct all correspondence to the Local Conference Organiser, Mr. Motsamai Joseph Motsapi, Sesiu sa Sesotho Dictionary Unit, University of the Free State, P.O. Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, South Africa. Tel. (051) 401-9315, Fax (051) 401-3619, E-mail motsapijm.hum@mail.uovs.ac.za

 

ACCOMMODATION

Single rooms are still available in the Free State University residence J. B. M. Hertzog at R75 per day, per person, excluding breakfast.

 

Alternatively, please arrange your accommodation directly with one of the following hotels, lodges and guest houses. It is advisable to book well in advance, as there are several conferences taking place at the university at the time of the AFRILEX conference.

 

All hotels, lodges and guest houses marked with * are within walking distance from the campus or nearby.

 

Please note: Rates are a guide and subject to change. Please reconfirm rates when booking.

 

Place

Web site

Stars

Address

Tel, Fax and E-mail

Rates

*Holiday Inn

(Garden Court)

http://www.southernsun.com/

3 Stars

Cnr. Nelson Mandela & Melville Drive, Brandwag, Bloemfontein, Free State 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 1253

Fax: (+27) 51 444 0671

E-mail: contanctus@southernsun.com

Single @R619

Double @R730

 

+ Breakfast @R75

*Premier Protea Hotel

www.proteahotels.com/
bloemfontein

4 Stars

202 Nelson Mandela Drive, Brandwag, Bloemfontein, Free State 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 4321

Fax: (+27) 51 444 5714

E-mail: reservations@
phbloemfontein.co.za

Single @R540

Double @R630

 

Rates include breakfast

*City Lodge

http://www.citylodge.co.za/

3 Stars

Cnr. Voortrekker Str. & Parifitt Avenue, Brandwag, Bloemfontein 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 2974

Fax: (+27) 51 444 2192

E-mail: clbloem.resv@citylodge.co.za

Single @R505

Double @R590

 

+ Breakfast @R52

*Villa Favorita

(Guest House)

http://www.favorita.co.za/

 

21 Dutton Crescent, Brandwag, Bloemfontein, 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 4010

Fax: (+27) 51 444 4011

E-mail: favorita@intekom.co.za

Single (Standard) @R210

Double (Standard) @R250

Single (Luxury) @R310

Double (Luxury) @R320

 

+ Breakfast @R45 per room; Dinner will be served on request

*College Lodge

http://www.collegelodge.co.za/

4 Stars

16 & 17 Stapelberg Street, Brandwag, Bloemfontein 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 3837

Fax: (+27) 51 444 3804

Cell: 082 788 1597

E-mail: carli@collegelodge.co.za

Classic: Single @R250

Double @R140 pp

Luxury: Single @R280

Double @R190 pp

Suite: Single @R430

Double @R270 pp

 

+ Breakfast @R50

*Palm Lodge

http://www.palmlodge.co.za/

 

10 Stapelberg Street, Brandwag, Bloemfontein 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 447 9925

Fax: (+27) 51 447 9925

E-mail: info@palmlodge.co.za or bookings@palmlodge.co.za

Single (Standard) @R250

Double (Standard) @R320

Single (with AC) @R280

Double (with AC) @R350

 

+ English Breakfast @R45; Dinner will be served on request

*Shawu Lodge

http://www.shawulodge.co.za/

 

2 DF Malherbe Avenue, Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9321

Tel: (+27) 51 522 5731

Fax: (+27) 51 522 8559

Cell: 082 783 1919

E-mail: info@shawulodge.co.za

Single @R270

Double @R330

H/Suite @R360

 

+ English Breakfast @R45 or Continental Breakfast @R25

*Formule 1 Hotel

http://www.formule1.co.za/

 

200 Nelson Mandela Drive, Brandwag, Bloemfontein 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 3523

Fax: (+27) 51 444 3825

E-mail: all@formule1.co.za

R209 per room, per night

 

+ Continental Breakfast @R18

President Hotel

http://www.hotelpresident.co.za/

3 Stars

1 Union Avenue, P.O. Box 1851, Bloemfontein, 9300

Tel: (+27) 51 430 1111

Fax: (+27) 51 430 4141

E-mail: preshot@iafrica.com

Single @R485

Double @R560

 

Rates include breakfast

*La Vie & Rose Lodge

 

 

14 Stapelberg Street, Brandwag, Bloemfontein, 9301

Tel: (+27) 51 444 4643
  or (+27) 51 444 1098

Fax: (+27) 51 447 1098

E-mail: heldhoek@global.co.za

Single @R270

Double @R330

Single with Jacuzzi @R300

Double with Jacuzzi @R350

 

+ English Breakfast @R40

Continental Breakfast @R25; Dinner is served

Halevy Heritage Hotel

http://www.halevyheritage.com/

4 Stars

Cnr. Markgraaf and Charles Street, Bloemfontein, 9300

Tel: (+27) 51 403 0600

Fax: (+27) 51 403 0699

E-mail: info@halevyheritage.com

Single @R625

Double @425 pp sharing

 

Rates include breakfast

*Unitas Herberg Inn

http://www.unitas.co.za/

 

22 Longman Street, Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9322

E-mail: unitas@intekom.co.za

 

*Country Inn Guest House

http://www.sabusinesses.com/

 

234 Paul Kruger Ave., Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9321

Tel: (+27) 51 522 4016

Cell: 082 808 9253

E-mail: mwctinn@mweb

Single @R220

Double @R260

 

+ Breakfast @R30

*Resting Place Guest House

http://www.restingplace.cjb.net/

 

50 Scoltz Street, Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9321

Tel: (+27) 51 522 5008

E-mail: bloembar@qqi.co.za

Single from R220

Double from R250

Self catering rooms @R280

 

+ Breakfast @R40; Dinner is served on request

*Villa Bane Guest House

 

 

226 Paul Kruger Avenue, Universitas, Bloemfontein

Tel: (+27) 51 522 4017

E-mail: mwctinn@mweb

Single @R235

Double @R265

Three bedrooms @R295

*Rise and Shine Guest House

 

 

2 Wynand Street, Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9322

Tel: (+27) 51 522 1535

Fax: (+27) 51 522 1535

Single @R220

Double @R250

 

+ Breakfast @R35; Dinner is served on request

*Chameleon Guest House

 

 

243 Pres Paul Kruger Ave., Universitas, Bloemfontein, 9321

Tel: (+27) 51 522 9988

Fax: (+27) 51 522 9923

Single @R265

Double @295

 

+ Breakfast @R35; Dinner @R55

 

Please remember to bring along your winter woollies – it is mid-winter in Bloemfontein!

 

CONFERENCE EXCURSION

 

Please budget for R60 for the conference excursion on Thursday afternoon. Details will be given at the opening of the Conference.

 

AFRILEX WEB SITE

For the latest on the 10th International Conference and other Afrilex activities, visit the Afrilex web site at: http://www.up.ac.za/academic/libarts/afrilang/homelex.html

 

Looking forward to seeing you in Bloemfontein,

 

AFRILEX greetings.

 

 

10th International AFRILEX Conference

REPLY FORM

Conference Registration, Conference Dinner, University Accommodation and Transport

 

Please complete this reply form and send or fax it together with the deposit slip to both:

Dr. E. Taljard, Department of African Languages, University of Pretoria, 0002, Republic of South Africa, Tel: +27 12 420 2494, Fax: +27 12 420 3163

  AND TO

Mr. M.J. Motsapi, Sesiu sa Sesotho Dictionary Unit, University of the Free State, P.O. Box 339, Bloemfontein 9300, Republic of South Africa, Tel: +27 51 401 9315, Fax: +27 51 401 3619

 

PAYMENT METHODS

Please make cheques / postal orders payable to AFRILEX.

Alternatively, payment may be made directly into the Afrilex Savings Account, Absa Bank, Hatfield, Pretoria; Branch Code 008675, Account no. 9054460560.

 

With this reply form please find enclosed my cheque / postal order for  R ………

  or

I have paid the sum of  R ………  into the Afrilex Savings Account and attach a copy of the deposit slip.

 

PLEASE RECALL

 

THE DEADLINE FOR ADVANCE REGISTRATION PAYMENT IS 30 JUNE 2005.

 

 

 


10th International AFRILEX Conference: REPLY FORM

 

 

Title, Initials and Surname: ____________________________

Postal Address: _________________________________________

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Postal Code: ______                                      

Tel.: ______________________(W);______________________(H)

_______________________(Cell); Fax:______________________

E-mail: ________________________@________________________

 

 (i)   Conference registration

(R600 for members, R660 for non-members)                                                R ………

I intend to read a paper                                                                            /YES/   /NO/

 (ii)   Conference dinner – Partially sponsored by Pharos (14 July 2005)

                                                                            @ R30                     =    R ………

 (iii)   Accommodation in a university residence for the following nights:

(Indicate with an X; per day, per person)

12 July         13 July         14 July

|.........|         |.........|         |.........|                            @ R75                     =    R ………

 

(iv)   Breakfast at the university for the following days:

(Indicate with an X; per day, per person)

13 July         14 July         15 July

|.........|         |.........|         |.........|                            @ R25                     =    R ………

 

(v)   Transport between hotels/BBs and conference venue

(for three days, per person)                                     @ R100                   =    R ………

 (vi)   Transport from/to Bloemfontein airport

I require transport:

a)  from airport (on ......... July 2005)                       @ R75                    =    R ………

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                                                                         Total amount payable      R ………

 

 


AFRILEX

10th International Conference
Preliminary Programme

 Dates:

13-15 July 2005

Host:

Sesiu sa Sesotho Lexicography Unit University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Conference Theme:

Monolingual Dictionaries

  

Wednesday 13 July 2005

 

08:30 – 09:00

Registration

09:00 – 09:30

OFFICIAL OPENING

 

Word from the President of Afrilex

 — Mariktta Alberts

 

Welcome by the Rector of the University of the Free State
— F C van N Fourie

 

Word from  the Conference Organiser
— Motsamai Motsapi

 

Keynote Address 1

09:30 – 10:25

Reinhard Hartmann  (UK)

Lexicography and its interdisciplinary contacts, with special reference to linguistics and onomasiology

 

10:30 – 10:55

Tea

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

11:00 – 11:25

[To be announced]

Guiding Modern Dictionary Compilation with the TshwaneLex Ruler Tool — Case study of a Kiswahili – English online dictionary in progress. De Schryver G-M, University of Ghent.

 

11:30 – 11:55

Inclusion strategies for multi-word units in monolingual dictionaries. Louw P A, University of Stellenbosch

[To be announced]

12:00 – 12:25

Monolingual Dictionaries And Language Raising In A Post-Colonial Setting.  Chimhundu H, University of Zimbabwe

 

Language Planning and Monolingual Dictionaries: With Special Reference to Ndebele. Hadebe S, University of Zimbabwe

 

12:30 – 13:25

Lunch

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

13:30 – 13:55

[To be announced]

Customising dictionary-making systems: an editorial perspective. Louw P A & Harteveld, T.

 

14:00 – 14:25

Pronunciation in Gabonese language dictionaries. Ndinga-Koumba-Binza H S, University of Stellenbosch

 

[To be announced]

14:30 – 14:55

Divergent Shangani Orthographies in Zimbabwe: The Need for Standardisation.  Mabaso P, University of Zimbabwe

 

Compiling a Sotho-English / English-Sotho dictionary: a viability study. Prinsloo D.J, University of  Pretoria.

 

 

15:00 – 15:30

Tea

 

 

18:30

COCKTAIL PARTY [Venue: Centenary Complex - UFS]

 

Thursday 14 July 2005

 

Keynote Address 2

09:00 – 09:55

N C P Golele (South Africa)

Producing monolingual dictionaries in Africa

Parallel Session

Parallel Session

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

10:00 – 10:25

Defining “imaginary” beings: How do lexicographers cope with cultural differences in cosmology, ontology and epistemology? Swanepoel P, UNISA

 

[To be announced]

 

10:30 – 10:55

Tea

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

11:00 – 11:25

[To be announced]

Issues in the planning of a bilingual (English – Northern Sotho) LSP dictionary for Industrial Electronics. Taljard E & Gauton R, University of Pretoria

 

11:30 – 11:55

Treatment of polysemous senses for the Yipunu-French school dictionary: the case of meaning extension. Mabika Mbokou L, University of Stellenbosch

Etymological Information In The Advanced Ndebele Dictionary: Challenges And Problems. Khumalo L, University of Zimbabwe.

 

Special Session

Afrilex: Celebrating 10 years

 

12:00 – 12:25

Looking back and into the future

Marietta Alberts, Reinhard Hartmann, Rufus Gouws, Danie Prinsloo

 

12:30 – 13:25

Lunch

 

13:30 – 14:25

GENERAL MEETING

 

14:30 – 14:55

Tea

 

 

15:00 – 18:00

CONFERENCE EXCURSION

 

19:00

Conference Dinner (Venue: Bloem Spa; Departure from hotels to the venue: 18:30)

 

Friday 15 July 2005

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

09:00 – 09:25

Discipline, dilemmas, decisions and data distribution in the planning and compilation of monolingual dictionaries. Gouws, R H. University of Stellenbosch.

 

[To be announced]

09:30 – 09:55

[To be announced]

The treatment of kinship terminology in Sotho dictionaries, with special reference to Setswana. Molalapata B, Ramagoshi R & Prinsloo D J, University of Pretoria.

10:00 – 10:25

How Children are the Children in a Dictionary for Children?  Challenges  

Encountered in the compilation of a Shona Children’s Dictionary. Mangoya E, University of Zimbabwe.

The Effects Of Shona Language On Lexicography: The Need For Standardisation. Zivenge W, University of Zimbabwe.

 

 

10:30 – 10:55

Tea

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Odeion – Lecture Room 4

Odeion – Lecture Room 5

11:00 – 11:25

The Heart of the Matter: Developing a Contemporary Reading Programme for Monolingual Lexicography. Pienaar L, DU for SAE

The Dictionary Structure and the Accessibility of Information: Reference to the Microstructure of Isichazamazwi SesiNdebele (ISN). Nkomo D, University of Zimbabwe.

11:30 – 11:55

Towards a descriptive monolingual dictionary of Gabonese languages: the case of Fang.

Guy-Modeste Ekwa Ebaniga and Fatima Tomba Moussavou. University of Stellenbosch

The Isichazamazwi Sesindebele (ISN) As A Guardian Of Moral And Ideological Values Of The Society: A Case Of Taboo And Offensive Words And The Implications Of These Values In Lexicography. Moyo N, University of Zimbabwe.

12:00 – 12:25

Headword and sense selection: Challenges in the compilation of the Shona Dictionary of Linguistic and Literary Terms. Chabata E, University of Zimbabwe.

The Treatment of Encyclopedic Information in Shona Lexicography: The Case of Duramazwi Remimhanzi Nezviridzwa. Mheta G, University of Zimbabwe

 

12:30 – 12:40

CLOSURE

 

12:40

Lunch